Being organised, attending classes, writing assignments and spending hours in library doing research can be hard, but not as hard as getting back to all this after those long summer months.
Should I stay or should I go? Many second year students face this struggle- asking themselves whether they should go on a placement year or finish the University and focus on building their career and getting a graduate job after.
There isn’t a wrong or right answer for that, but from my personal experience, I’d say: go! Here are the advantages.
Uni life can get busy – new people, new place, your entire life changes and the good old “familiar” and “convenient” becomes the contrary. Joining societies and committees is recommended for students, as you get […]
There are so many reasons why you should visit the Malvern Hills and given how close they are to situated from Worcester, you should really consider going for a hike there.
Stress, uncertainty, all new, fear, excitement, stepping out of your comfort zone, all these and many more may snap through your mind when you are about to come at the University for the first time. There are, […]
Every university has a library, but here, in Worcester, the Hive is much more than just a library – it’s a hub for students and people from the community, it’s where you come to finish your assignments, practice your presentation, find the books you need or, why not, have a slice of cake in the cafe.
Applying for university is a huge step in your life. It is a step that shapes your future path. Now I look back and smile about being in ‘applying for university situation’ 3 years ago, but back then, I was anxious because I had no idea what and where I wanted to study, and what to become after finishing my degree.
*Alarm buzzing*….oh no, not again! Morning lectures are never fun…sometimes, if you are lucky enough, you manage to get dressed and have breakfast, but there are days when time is not your friend.
If you have a busy morning, this super easy and tasty recipe will put a smile on your face – it’s tasty, quick, nutritious and student-budget friendly.
Spoiler alert- it’s delicious & can be gluten-free!